Integrating Evidence-Based Engagement Interventions Into ‘ ‘ Real World ’ ’ Child Mental Health Settings

@inproceedings{Mckay2004IntegratingEE,
  title={Integrating Evidence-Based Engagement Interventions Into ‘ ‘ Real World ’ ’ Child Mental Health Settings},
  author={Mary M Mckay and Richard Hibbert and Kimberly Eaton Hoagwood and James A Rodriguez and Laura J. Murray and Joanna Legerski and David Fern{\'a}ndez},
  year={2004}
}
This article focuses on an attempt to integrate evidence-based engagement interventions into ‘‘real world’’ outpatient child mental health settings in order to increase access to care for urban youth and their families. More specifically, empirical support for introducing engagement interventions into child clinical settings will be reviewed. Then, specific engagement interventions that are delivered during the initial telephone contact with a child’s adult caregiver or during the first face-to… CONTINUE READING

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